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Panhellenic Council
The University of Mississippi

Recruitment Resources

Below is a list of resources every Potential New Member will need to be aware before entering the Primary Recruitment Process at the University of Mississippi. To access this information, simply click on the name of the document. If you have any questions regarding these items, please email or call the Fraternity and Sorority Life Office at 662-915-7609.


Potential New Member Need To Know’s: This sheet provides everything a PNM will need to know about their role within the recruitment process, resources provided to them by recruitment counselors and chapter members, and important information about selection processes.

Potential New Member Bill of Rights: This sheet outlines the rights provided to a PNM during the recruitment process.

Potential New Member Video Guidelines: Each PNM is required to upload a video with their recruitment registration. Attached are the specific guidelines related to PNM video submissions. Please note that you can write “in progress” on your recruitment registration if you additional time to complete your video. You will be able to go back into the PNM portal and attach the link once completed.

Chapter Guidelines on Recommendation Letters: College Panhellenic does not require recommendation letters in preparation for recruitment. However, each chapter has specific preferences for recommendation letters, should a PNM have a recommendation letter to submit. You can view those preferences here.

Financial Transparency Sheet: College Panhellenic and active NPC organizations on campus have collaborated to provide financial information that will be important for PNMs to be aware of in preparation for membership. You can view that information here.

Early Move In Meal Plan: Each Potential New Member participating in the Panhellenic recruitment process will be automatically enrolled in an early move in meal plan for the time between their early move in date until the last few days of the recruitment process. To learn more about this, you can view the attached document.